"a fish, a barrel, and a smoking gun"
for 20 December 1999. Updated every WEEKDAY.

Toons of Glory

Because Suck never publishes the kind of long, well-written, presumably edifying, never-ending articles that The New Yorker does, there's really no need here for comic relief in the form of droll one-panel cartoons about surprisingly sensitive lions or old married couples doing something wacky around the house. While we often think of similar scenarios ourselves, there simply isn't anywhere to put them, as such subtly refined amusements would undoubtedly seem out of place among the short, haphazardly written, slightly annoying articles that Suck is in the habit of publishing. And then it hit us! Feed publishes plenty of long, well-written, presumably edifying, never-ending articles — and usually with no comic relief at all. So here's what you can do: Open another browser window, check out Feed's special issue, 21st Century Inventions, and from time to time return to this browser to delight in the cartoons that follow.

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